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ALCO 12cyl 244 (FT) H0 N L

Equipped with ESU "FULL THROTTLE" features!

MUST use LokProgrammer Version 4.4.21 or newer

The American Locomotive Company's model 244 prime mover was developed during the mid-1940s to power its post-war diesel locomotives. Interestingly, while Alco helped pioneer diesel technology dating back to the 1920s it had difficulty truly competing against Electro-Motive-Division due to reliability issues with its diesel engines. Before Alco began implementing the 244 in its locomotives the builder more…

Baldwin 6cyl 606SC Dual PM H0

Baldwin 6 cylinder 606SC with Dual Prime Movers

Locomotives:
DT-6-6-2000 - CenterCab Transfer Units
Baldwin Demo
ATSF
EJ&E
Cotton Belt
DSS&A
MN&S
Trona

DR-6-4-2000 - Six axle Sharks
PRR -Classified as BP-20s

As with all SELECT decoders there are up to 16 separate horns, 2 separate brake squeals and 2 bells include on this one sound profile! All changeable using CV48:

Prime Mover:
CV48=0 Baldwin 6cyl 606SC Dual PM
CV48=16 Baldwin 6cyl 606SC Dual PM - PROTO (We have added an additional prime more…

Baldwin 606NA Dual PM H0

Baldwin 606NA with Dual Prime Movers

Locomotives:
RT624 Centercab - purchased by PRR and the MN&S

As with all SELECT decoders there are up to 16 separate horns, 2 separate brake squeals and 2 bells include on this one sound profile! All changeable using CV48.

Prime Mover:
CV48=0 Baldwin 606NA Dual PM
CV48=16 Baldwin 606NA Dual PM - PROTO (We have added an additional prime mover that more closely mimics the prototype why engaging notch one.)

Uses our OLD-HORNS-AND-BELLS more…

EMD 710-20Cyl - SD80MAC H0

The SD80MAC is a 5000 horsepower C-C diesel-electric locomotive. The SD80MAC uses a 20 cylinder version of EMD's 710G prime mover,formally known as the V-20 710G3B-ES and is the first diesel locomotive to use a 20-cylinder engine since the SD45/SD45-2. The SD80MAC introduced a wide radiator housing similar to GE locomotives and the placement of dynamic brakes at the rear of the locomotive. Key spotting difference between the SD80MAC and SD90MAC include: no external rear sandbox on the 90MAC, more…

GE P42 H0

The GE "Genesis" series of Locomotives was developed to be the main locomotives for Amtrak. Amtraks EMD F40PH locomotives were aging fast and GE came to the rescue with a more powerful and more fuel efficient design. Some P42 Locomotives were built with a Dual Mode capability utilizing a 3rd Rail shoe for collecting electricity. These engines run on the North East Corridor on Amtrak and on Metro North. The ESU version is the DC model which is much more common. It can be used to represent the more…

GG-1 H0

The Iconic GG-1 is known around the world as the American Electric Streamliner. Built by GE and the famous Pennsylvania Railroad Altoona Shops the GG-1s were constructed between 1934 to 1943. Operating in a multitude of paint schemes the GG-1s ran on PRR, Penn Central, Conrail, Amtrak, and NJT. Primarily they ran on the North East Corridor between New York City and Washington DC. They did occasionally see service on other electric lines around the north east United States.

Though the GG-1 was more…

Y6B 2-8-8-2 H0

Norfolk & Western used Y6-class locomotives primarily for slower, heavy freight trains in the more mountainous districts. Although they were used throughout the N&W, their primary work occurred on the Pocahontas, Radford, and Shenandoah Divisions. They mostly hauled manifest freight and coal trains.

When Diesel locomotives took over the main-line steam operations, the Y6-type locomotives spent their last two years mostly on mine and other coal-field runs.

As with all LokSound Select Steam more…

EMD 16-645F H0

EMD 16-645F Possible uses... GP40X, GP50, SD40X, and SD50s

The EMD 645 family of diesel engines was designed and manufactured by the Electro-Motive Division of General Motors. Developed from the earlier 567 series engines, the 645 series engines entered production in 1965. All 645 engines are two-stroke 45 degree V-engines. Each cylinder is of 645 cubic inches (10.57 liters) displacement, hence the name; with a bore of nine and one-sixteenth inches (230.2 mm), a stroke of ten inches (254 mm) more…

Baldwin 606SC_606A H0

Baldwin 606SC and 606A Prime Movers were used in quite a few Baldwin prototypes.
DS-4-4-1000, RS-12, S-12, DRS-6-4-1000, DRS-4-4-1000, DR-6-2-1000, DT-6-6-2000, RT-624, DR-6-4-2000, DR-6-2-1000.

Though not quite correct the 606SC/606A Prime Mover sounds very similar to the 608SC/608A Prime movers This would be appropriate for:
DRS-6-4-1500, DRS-4-4-1500, DRS-6-6-1500, AS-416, AS-16, AS-616, DR-6-4-1500, DR-4-4-1500 and the RF-16(Sharknose).

As with all Select decoders there are also 16 more…

Baldwin 606NA H0

Baldwin 606 and 606NA Prime Movers were used in the following prototype locomotives:
S-8, DRS-4-4-660, DRS-4-4-750, DRS-6-4-660.

As with all Select decoders there are also 16 separate horns, 2 separate brake squeals, and 2 bells include on this one sound profile! All changeable using CV48